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Aspect Capital announces Client Services and Marketing appointment

Monday, July 09, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Aspect Capital Limited (“Aspect”), the London-based systematic investment manager, today announced the appointment of Jamie Murray to the position of Director of Client Services and Marketing. In this capacity, Jamie will report to John Wareham, Aspect's Chief Commercial Officer.

Jamie joins Aspect from Barclays where he was Co-Head of Alternative Investments in the wealth management division. Prior to this role, Jamie was a Director at Broadgate Mainland, managing the award winning start-up alternatives division of this leading UK financial services PR firm. Jamie's experience also includes 10 years at HSBC Alternative Investments Ltd as Head of Business Development and Distribution.

Commenting on Jamie Murray's appointment, John Wareham said: “I am extremely pleased to welcome Jamie to Aspect. He brings a wealth of experience and will play a major role in ensuring Aspect continues to deliver the impeccable standard of client service which has become a key differentiator for our business over the past few years."

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